01. Mr. Bad Example
02. Carmelita > [banter and Dr. Babyhead intro]
03. [banter] > Figurine
04. Piano Fighter
05. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
07. Don't Let Us Get Sick
09. Play It All Night Long
10. [instrumental intro to...]
11. Boom Boom Mancini
12. [banter] > You Don't Know What Love Is [Raye/DePaul]
13. Mack the Knife [Blitzstein/Brecht/Weill] > Excitable Boy
14. Werewolves of London
15. My Way [Anka/Francois/Revaux/Thibault]
16. Lawyers, Guns and Money
17. Ring Them Bells [Dylan]
18. Mohammed's Radio
19. [banter] > Poor Poor Pitiful Me > Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
Probably a soundboard recording.
» This is a solo show.
» t19: Someone may have appended the studio version of TTDIDWYD
(or was it actually played at the end of the show)?
Info file located at: http://wzfr.info/CDinfo/wz1996-10-13.txt
Reviewer:morning dew 71
March 30, 2011 Subject:
Clearing up the mystery
I am the engineer who mixed this down for someone close to Warren. I actually still have the master DA-88 multi-track tapes in my possession. I put the filler on the end as a personal signature that I am the source. I am not the one who recorded the show but I do know who did. I can verify that the source was a stage split to the recording room. I have no idea how it got posted here or by whom. Hope that helps.
October 12, 2010 Subject:
Now THAT'S a field recording!
Possibly the best soundboard recording done of Warren. Glad to have Dross' description of how it was done and I can't thank him enough for talking the R.E. into grabbing it. I'll just assume Warren wouldn't have minded had he found out. Honestly, I'll bet he would have asked for a copy himself.
August 30, 2009 Subject:
Dross and Crew...
...Heck of a job, guys. Nice crisp recording. Great set list too! Warren was "on" this night.
May 24, 2008 Subject:
Here's how it happened
At the time of this show I was on the sound crew of the 'Bird and mixed the stage monitors. The show was recorded multitrack from the live radio split (though there was no broadcast), through a Yamaha O2R onto Tascam DA-88's. The 'Bird's recording engineer happened to be hanging out that night so I asked him to record the show on the sly- I don't beleive Warren knew. I'm not sure who ended up mixing the show but I'm really glad that it's been posted. The last live track is Excitable Boy so I'm pretty sure whoever did the mix put that ...Denver when you're... bit on there.
Warren was amazing to work with (I was nervous- the contract rider asked for a monitor engineer who wouldn't cry!) and, to this day, this is one of the pinnacle gigs of my career.
November 8, 2007 Subject:
And not just any old geezer with a b flat alto. Doctor Babyhead, in the flesh.
May 20, 2005 Subject:
has to be a soundboard. it's too damned good to be otherwise. being a solo show with occaisional accompaniment, i just can't see that last song all of the sudden going into a full band. but, it's a nice inclusion anyway. no complaints. i will enjoy til i sleep when i'm dead.
recording 5 stars
performance 5 stars
warren 5 stars
May 18, 2005 Subject:
Warren...rest in peace!This is an amazing show.Just Warren!DL!!